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Friday, October 13 • 11:00am - 11:50am
Tools Every Digital Journalist Needs

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In this conference session, experts from cutting-edge technology firms will share best practices about how media companies are using their systems to produce smarter content faster and more efficiently than ever. They will cover major tool sets that make it easier to plan and collaborate, produce high-quality videos without broadcast experience, and understand more about audience interests and engagement.

Attendees will learn about the following tools and their uses

  • Chartbeat – Audience engagement measurement
  • Parse.ly — Audience engagement measurement
  • Slack — Instant messaging, file sharing and collaboration
  • Trello — Collaboration, planning and project management
  • Wochit — Self-service video production

Moderator
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Glenn Hall

U.S. news editor, The Wall Street Journal
Glenn Hall is the U.S. editor of the Wall Street Journal, overseeing coverage of the economy, politics, real estate, education, law, crime and general news across America.

Speakers
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Kelsey Arendt

Senior success manager, Parse.ly
Kelsey’s worked with hundreds of domains across the publishers and brands who subscribe to Parse.ly, including Time Inc., HuffPost, and The Telegraph, helping them adopt, understand, and master audience engagement through data. Her work includes analyzing audience attention trends in... Read More →
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Nikita Dyer

Product lead, Trello
Nikita Dyer works for Atlassian as the Product Lead for Trello, the visual collaboration tool that gives millions of people around the world perspective on their projects. Nikita is a product manager with experience leading product development teams in Shanghai, New York and Lond... Read More →
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Ashley Frankino

Senior Customer Success Manager, Chartbeat
Ashley is a Senior Customer Success Manager at Chartbeat where she helps the world's top publishers, including the New York Times, Washington Post, and Financial Times, turn metrics into action. With the power of Chartbeat's network at her fingertips, Ashley helps her clients turn global trends into tactical newsroom strategies that ensure quality journalism gets the attention it... Read More →
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Ryan Libster

Enterprise account executive, Slack Technologies
Ryan is an Enterprise Account Executive for Slack, the fastest growing business application in history. During his time at Slack, he has worked with publishing teams at The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Forbes to optimize their collaboration strategy. Ryan left a career in finance to help technology companies scale their businesses during hyper-growth mode. Ryan holds a bachelor of arts from Northwestern... Read More →
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Christoph Pleitgen

SVP, Global Sales and Business Development, Wochit
Christoph Pleitgen is an expert in international media with a focus on video creation and content syndication. With more than 20 years of experience in this sector, Christoph serves as the SVP, Global Sales and Business Development at Wochit, where he is responsible for driving worldwide growth. Previously, Christoph held senior management positions in a number of young media tech companies. Before discovering his love for start-ups, he built his career at Thomson Reuters, where he worked in a number of senior management roles before serving as Managing Director of the Reuters News Agency. Christoph holds degrees in Economics and Administrative Sciences. He is married and lives in London. Never speak to him about cycling or cats unless you have a lot of time to spare. Reach Christoph... Read More →

Sponsors
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Bankrate

Bankrate has over four decades of experience in financial publishing. Bankrate was born in 1976 as "Bank Rate Monitor," a print publisher for the banking industry. The "Bank Rate Monitor" newsletter that was originally distributed contained much of the same rate research and information the Company is known for and respected for today. In 1996, Bankrate expanded its offerings and made its online debut as... Read More →


Friday October 13, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism - Newsroom 219 W 40th St, Third Floor, New York, NY 10018